Tim Hermann was named president of Storage and Fuels for Southern Company Gas (formerly AGL Resources) in July 2016. He is responsible for field operations of the following company facilities: Southern Company Gas' five liquefied natural gas facilities and three propane peaking plants; all regulated storage facilities supporting the Nicor Gas system in northern Illinois; and all non-utility storage assets, including Jefferson Island Storage & Hub in Louisiana, Golden Triangle Storage in Texas and Central Valley Gas Storage in California and Pivotal LNG.
He brings extensive experience in commercial, strategic and technical functions for both regulated and non-utility enterprises. In previous roles for the company Hermann served as vice president of Storage and Peaking Operations, vice president of Project Management, vice president of Midstream Operations for Nicor Enerchange and managing director of Midwest Origination for Sequent Energy Management.
Earlier in his career, Hermann spent more than 10 years with Integrys Energy Services/Peoples Energy Corporation in various gas marketing and asset management positions. Active in his community, Hermann is a regular volunteer for Habitat for Humanity and Amor Ministries. Each year, he leads work teams of adults and youth for these and other similar organizations. Hermann received a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from the University of Illinois.
Tim Delay was named vice president, Fuels, in April 2013. He is responsible for overseeing and expanding Pivotal LNG's marketing effort. Pivotal LNG, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Southern Company Gas (formerly AGL Resources). Pivotal LNG produces and markets liquefied natural gas as an alternative fuel to petroleum-based liquid fuels.
Delay has more than 30 years of experience in the energy industry, with a focus on asset management, and trading and marketing of natural gas, electricity and crude oil. Most recently, he was senior director – MISO Origination of NextEra, where he was responsible for marketing power-related energy products in the midwestern United States. Previously, as director of trading and then business development for GenOn, he managed natural gas and power generation assets in GenOn's portfolio. Prior to those positions, Delay held positions of increasing responsibility with a series of companies that ultimately merged into or were acquired by Mirant. One of Delay's positions included being Mirant's Chief Commercial Officer – East, where he helped manage the business as Mirant filed for and then emerged from bankruptcy.
Delay holds a bachelor's degree in chemical engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology and a Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry from the State University of New York at Oneonta. He lives in Johns Creek, GA, with his wife and three children.